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New book called “Meisen Kimono: The Karun Thakar Collection”.  Meisen silk was produced in Japan from the late nineteenth century and became particularly popular between 1910 and 1940. Meisen was an innovative, quick and cost-effective dye and weaving method with the effect of labor-intensive and multicolored traditional kasuri ikat fabric. The meisen kimonos that were produced en masse were the first affordable ready-to-wear kimonos. Designed by a young generation of Japanese textile…

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New book called “Meisen Kimono: The Karun Thakar Collection”. Meisen silk was produced in Japan from the late nineteenth century and became particularly popular between 1910 and Meisen was an.

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thekimonogallery: “Five kimonos featured in the new book called “Meisen Kimono: The Karun Thakar Collection”. Meisen silk was produced in Japan from the late nineteenth century and became particularly.

From the mid-century kimono collection of Haruko Watanabe.

Report from the "Modern Design Meisen Exhibition" at Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD in Halifax, Canada. 16 to Many people showed up at the opening on About 50 meisen kimonos were

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Report from the "Modern Design Meisen Exhibition" at Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD in Halifax, Canada. 16 to Many people showed up at the opening on About 50 meisen kimonos were

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Detail of a bold silk meisen, (ikat) kimono featuring interlocking diamonds of contrasting flower motifs. Early Showa era The Kimono Gallery

Omeshi Kimono

The Kimono Gallery. An extreme-chirimen silk omeshi kimono featuring an unusual design layout of.

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Art Textiles of the World Canada, Jennifer Angus, Ingrid Bachmann and others

Handloomed white and black cross cotton Ikat fabric by Carol Ziogas and Thomas of California-based kimonomomo. $11/half yard. via Etsy

HALF YARD Ikat handloomed white and black cross cotton fabric

Handloomed white and black cross cotton Ikat fabric by Carol Ziogas and Thomas of California-based kimonomomo

kimono featured in the new book called “Meisen Kimono: The Karun Thakar Collection”

Five kimonos featured in the new book called “Meisen Kimono: The Karun Thakar Collection”. Meisen silk was produced in Japan from the late nineteenth century and became particularly popular between.

A silk haori (woman’s jacket)  features camellias that are worked into both the rinzu background and the dyed foreground. There is some surihaku gold-foil outlining. Taisho to early Showa period (1912-1940).  The Kimono Gallery

A silk haori (woman’s jacket) features camellias that are worked into both the rinzu background and the dyed foreground. There is some surihaku gold-foil outlining. Taisho to early Showa period The Kimono Gallery

Meisen Kimono

Japanese commoners were not allowed to wear silk until the eighteen sixties and instead were relegated to wearing coarse cloth woven of hemp or other plant

Beautiful Authentic 1920s/30s Japanese Meisen by AngellineKimono

Beautiful Authentic 1920s/30s Japanese Meisen (ikat, Kasuri) Silk Kimono - TSUBOTARE (POT DRIP) Design

Beautiful Authentic Japanese Meisen by AngellineKimono

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Booktopia has African Textiles, Colour and Creativity Across a Continent by John Gillow. Buy a discounted Paperback of African Textiles online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

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